Gales of Novem­ber due to ar­rive on sched­ule

Post Tribune (Sunday) - - Classifieds -

(Pre­cip­i­ta­tion at 7 a.m. CDT)

Cli­ma­tol­ogy sug­gests weather across the Mid­west and Great Lakes be­comes in­creas­ingly tur­bu­lent in Novem­ber. Cur­rent fore­casts sup­port this con­tention. As many as three ma­jor storm sys­tems are ex­pected to af­fect our area in the com­ing week.

The first of these will be mov­ing through the Up­per Mis­sis­sippi Val­ley on Sun­day, turn­ing the lat­ter half of our week­end wet and windy. By Mon­day, a core of jet stream winds in ex­cess of 150 mph is fore­cast to dive across the cen­tral Rockies, aid­ing de­vel­op­ment of an­other cir­cu­la­tion. Rain and thun­der­storms are to de­velop in mild air Mon­day night, fol­lowed by spotty show­ers and falling tem­per­a­tures. Winds will likely gust to 50 mph or higher Tues­day. Af­ter a lull Wed­nes­day into early Thurs­day, a third sys­tem could bring light snow Thurs­day night.


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